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Getting Error 8007000E when i try to do anything.

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My boss is getting the error code 8007000E, not enough storage when he trys to do anything. he cant load programs or open just about anything. he ran this fix a few days ago
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=E8BA3E56-D8FE-4A91-93CF-ED6985E3927B&displaylang=en
and after restarting his computer last night he now has this error. his audio isnt working and alot of the services are not starting.
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Sorry forgot to mention that his windows installer isnt working properly as well. he cant install or uninstall any programs. he just reverted to a restore point from 2 days ago. and the problem does not seem to be there anymore. but any info you guys can give would be great incase it happens again.
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ok my boss just contacted me and it seems that the installer issue is still there. Its only affecting office 2007 products. every time he tries to open any office product it tries to install the program again, after it finishes trying to install it again, it loads the program just fine. he has gone home for the day but i will try to post his event logs, and some screen shots. also this is for windows VISTA.
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Place the install disk for Office in his computer and then have him start office.
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If he still has install/uninstall issues, there is a fix. Last comment should fix it though.
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I will have him try that when he gets back from lunch. also i belive he is having some registry issues. he tried to uninstall office and he got an error saying that he didnt have rights to edit the registry. we tried to add admin right to the registry entry that it gave us in the error but it say that we didnt have permision to change that. he is a local admin and also a domain admin so i dont see how he does not have the rights to change it.

Also on a side note he just installed SQL server on his machine.
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Ok the problem is fixed we ran a couple utilities that we found on line and ran SubInACL.exe again and the problem seems to have gone away. thanks for the help though.
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